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From big to small: The changing face of London post-COVID

Changing face of London

28 Sep 2020

From big to small: The changing face of London post-COVID

A rich history for a richer future. Fifteen years ago, the arrival of the New London Architecture (NLA) centre, its research and exhibitions filled a long overdue gap. It has become an essential physi...

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Sketch of the Week: Getting to Work

25 Sep 2020

Sketch of the Week: Getting to Work

In the first of a very occasional series, Chris Williamson of Weston Williamson + Partners has put together a sketched vision of how we might get to work – or at least travel into the city – during th...

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Culture sector seeks ‘London-specific’ support

Culture

25 Sep 2020

Culture sector seeks ‘London-specific’ support

London’s world-famous culture sector needs cash, ‘London-specific’ help and better messaging from government – not sympathy – if it is to get through this period of survival before even thinking about...

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NLA Expert Panel on Transport and Infrastructure’

Transport & Infrastructure

24 Sep 2020

NLA Expert Panel on Transport and Infrastructure’

The first meeting of the NLA Expert Panel on Transport and Infrastructure brought together a group of experts from across the built environment sector to discuss the key priorities to keep London movi...

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Power to the People

Net Zero

24 Sep 2020

Power to the People

Our behaviours changed overnight in response to this pandemic crisis as a combination of strict government directives and self-preservation. The collective effort that most countries have put in place...

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Five minutes with… Tom Goodall, partner and head of residential for Argent Related

24 Sep 2020

Five minutes with… Tom Goodall, partner and head of residential for Argent Related

David Taylor catches up with Tom Goodall, partner and head of residential for Argent Related, to talk mixed use placemaking at Tottenham Hale, Brent Cross and King’s Cross, redefining the notion of ‘b...

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Low Key Cycling in a Post Covid Capital

Wellbeing

24 Sep 2020

Low Key Cycling in a Post Covid Capital

I was delighted to read Susan Claris’ piece ‘Cycling for Everyone’ on the latest research into the lack of diversity in cycling and the barriers we must remove if we are to engage groups, beyond the L...

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Urban Rooms seek funding solutions to grow the network

23 Sep 2020

Urban Rooms seek funding solutions to grow the network

The UK’s network of Urban Rooms has grown to 15 but needs to look to funding mechanisms like CIL and Section 106s to continue that drive – and remember that they should be about more than just consult...

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Community collaborators reach new digital audiences

23 Sep 2020

Community collaborators reach new digital audiences

Local authorities, housing associations and architects have collaborated with local communities on key initiatives during lockdown and beyond. But just how tricky has it been to have to integrate an o...

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Net Zero experts reveal barriers - and signs of progress

Net Zero

18 Sep 2020

Net Zero experts reveal barriers - and signs of progress

Developers are starting to take action on Net Zero, some local authorities are leading the way and things like Goldsmith Street winning the Stirling Prize last year show that Net Zero principles are g...

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Housing associations experience ‘quantum leap’ over lockdown

17 Sep 2020

Housing associations experience ‘quantum leap’ over lockdown

Housing associations have grasped the opportunity presented by lockdown to make ‘quantum leaps’ in the way they work with their residents using digital and other means. That was the key take-away from...

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